Slavery Matters Workshop 2

Slavery Matters 2nd workshop!


Due to the outpouring of interest in the Slavery Matters workshop scheduled for Oct 21, we are organizing an additional workshop on Dec 2, 10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Location; ECCR 200-Engineering Center, Engineering Drive & Regent

The content and program of the workshop is the same as that of the earlier one. We will provide further details in November by email to those signed up.

PRESENTER: Peter H. Wood

Dr. Wood is a Professor of American History at Duke University and CU Boulder and the winner of the American Historical Association’s Distinguished Teaching Award.

This half-day mini-course is part of "Charlottesville in Historical Perspective," a series of forums and workshops being offered this fall by CU Boulder History Department.

Racial Enslavement—Twelve Generations of Unpaid Labor—underlies many present-day debates about Diversity, Multiculturalism, and White Supremacy.

But for most of us, this topic seems distant and remains something of a mystery.

So this half-day crash-course, SLAVERY MATTERS, will offer a needed overview.

How did U.S. race slavery begin, and why did it persist so long?

This free immersion/overview is open for anyone in the CU community and beyond, until spaces are filled.

Workshop sponsored by the CU Boulder History Department and “Impact on Education,” supporting the Boulder Valley School District.

Please sign up below (buttons stating "Slotted" indicate previous sign-ups, please scroll down past them).

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We will process registrations roughly every 24 hours; you will receive a confirmation email when your registration has been processed.

Questions? Need to cancel? Contact the workshop organizers by clicking on the "Contact sheet owner" link in the top right corner of this page.


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